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G.Skill Pi DDR2 PC2-8800 4GB

G.Skill Pi DDR2 PC2-8800 4GB


DDR3 RAM sales are slowly but steadily increasing, mainly due to the aggressive price drops in the past few months but also because of the inability of DDR2 RAM to evolve much further. Despite that, DDR2 RAM modules are still very popular as they are still the most cost effective solution.

Although many companies have started to focus their research and development on DDR3 modules many months ago, some have released high performance DDR2 in the past few weeks. One of the most impressive sets are the new Pi series from G.Skill which can operate at 1100MHz at only 1.9Vdimm. By the end of the review will we know if they are worth the money.

Manufacturer Features and Specifications

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System Type
source M/B Chipset
Intel X48,
Intel P45,
Intel X38,
Intel P35,
nVidia n6xx I (For Intel series),
nVidia n7xx I (For Intel series)
4GB (2GB x 2), 8GB (2GB x 4)
DDR2-1100 (PC2-8800)
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1.8 ~ 1.9 Volts
8 Layers PCB
240pin DIMM

Packaging and Bundle

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The packaging of the G.Skill Pi series modules is very simple, but effective. At the front of the package you will find the Greek character π representing the known mathematical constant from which these modules take their name. At the rear you can read basic data about the specifications of the set and the contact details of the company. The packaging can be opened like a book, allowing the potential buyer to see the modules through a window and a couple of thermal images which advertise how good the new heatspreaders are.

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Stuart Davidson

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